First floor studio with southwest facing window. On the ground floor there is a loading bay entrance. There is no lift in the building, studio is accessed by staircase. Sealed chipboard floor. Double doors. This studio does not have central heating. All electricity is billed separately on a separate meter. There is limited car parking on site and internal cycle storage. There is a communal kitchen area.
Brickfield Studios is situated off Empson Street and close to Devons Road DLR stations and Bromley-by-Bow tube.
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Brickfield Studios is a former print factory that housed the Socialist Worker, Morning Star and Private Eye (with loading bays marked accordingly) – it has been fully refurbished to provide 50 studios over 2 floors. Brickfield was a freehold purchase in 2014 and completed and let to artists in early 2015. Set in ‘the last patch of the old East End’, it is sited near the Limehouse Cut in an area of factories and garages. There is also a growing community of artists with the ACAVA Limehouse Arts building nearby and ASC studios on Empson Street.